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Warwick Thornton's <em>Sweet Country</em> Selected for Venice FF

Warwick Thornton’s Sweet Country Selected for Venice FF

Thornton's outback Western looks set to repeat the international success of Samson and Delilah.
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Zack Snyder Steps Down From the DCEU

Zack Snyder Steps Down From the DCEU

Joss Whedon and Geoff Johns will now guide DC's live action movie universe.
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Thinking Outside the Box: Ignition Immersive Does VR

Thinking Outside the Box: Ignition Immersive Does VR

A Melbourne production company has teamed up with script guru Linda Aronson for a new VR project.
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We Have a Run Through <em>Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus</em>

We Have a Run Through Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Political satire and killin' Nazis - two great tastes that taste great together.
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Mick Jackson:  <em>Denial</em>, The Holocaust, and Donald Trump

Mick Jackson: Denial, The Holocaust, and Donald Trump

In Denial, Professor of Holocaust Studies Deborah Lipstadt (Rachel Weisz) finds herself pitted against Holocaust denier David Irving (Timothy Spall) when he sues her for libel. For director Mick Jackson, the film's themes of truth in the face of ideological lies are even more relevant today.
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Trailer Alert: <i>The Neon Spectrum</i>

Trailer Alert: The Neon Spectrum

Indie Melbourne filmmaker Lee Galea's latest effort gets a trailer.
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Amiel Courtin-Wilson: In Art, As In Life

Amiel Courtin-Wilson: In Art, As In Life

Prolific is an understatement for filmmaker/artist Amiel Courtin-Wilson, who has two films screening at MIFF alone.
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Australian Actress Bound for New York Actors Studio

Australian Actress Bound for New York Actors Studio

Demitra Sealy will study at the school which produced Brando, Hackman, Pacino and more.
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Taya Calder-Mason: Blind Faith

Taya Calder-Mason: Blind Faith

Australian performer, Taya Calder-Mason, talks about the harsh realities of filming Beast No More in the Australian bush, and how her blind character fits into the horror setting.
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26jul1:00 amOutbackRelease Category:HomeFormat:DVDDirector: Brendan Fletcher Distributor: eOne

27jul1:00 amWar For the Planet of the ApesRelease Category:TheatricalDirector: Matt Reeves Distributor: 20th Century Fox

27jul1:00 amA Ghost StoryRelease Category:TheatricalDirector: David Lowery Distributor: Madman

27jul1:00 amA Monster CallsRelease Category:TheatricalDirector: JA Bayona Distributor: eOne

27jul1:00 amKiki, Love to LoveRelease Category:TheatricalDirector: Paco León Distributor: Palace


Reviews

Theatrical

War for the Planet of the Apes

War for the Planet of the Apes

"...feels more like it's ticking boxes to get to a foregone conclusion rather than arriving there organically."
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Festival

The Silent Eye

The Silent Eye

“…allow the film to wash over you and you’ll uncover something rather unique.”
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Home

Atypical

Atypical

"For a show literally called Atypical that has a tagline of ‘normal is overrated’, it is quite frustrating that this
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Videos

The LEGO Batman Movie - Behind the Scenes

The LEGO Batman Movie - Behind the Scenes

The Beguiled

The Beguiled

The Mummy Black Carpet

The Mummy Black Carpet

St Kilda Film Festival Trailer

St Kilda Film Festival Trailer

EMO the Musical - introducing Bradley

EMO the Musical - introducing Bradley

David Morrissey Interview

David Morrissey Interview

Mindhunter

Mindhunter

Silence Trailer

Silence Trailer

MARDI GRAS FILM FESTIVAL 2017 TRAILER

MARDI GRAS FILM FESTIVAL 2017 TRAILER

Train to Busan Trailer

Train to Busan Trailer

Down Under Opening Scene & Trailer

Down Under Opening Scene & Trailer

Zach"s Ceremony Interview

Sydney Film Festival Audience Award winner Zach"s Ceremony is a "Boyhood"-like documentary which follows a young Aboriginal boy as he grows up under the shadow and guidance of his father.

Filmink Interviews Phyllis Logan

To mark the release of the sixth and final season of Downton Abbey on DVD and Blu Ray, Dov Kornits sat down with Phyllis Logan, know to fans of the series as housekeeper Mrs Hughes.

Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain

The comedic superstar responsible for stealing Chris Rock"s gigs hits the road for an international tour.

Giveaways

Win A Double Pass to <em>An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power</em>

Win A Double Pass to An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power

Al Gore's fight to educate the world about climate change continues ...
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Win a Double Pass to the Melbourne International Film Festival

Win a Double Pass to the Melbourne International Film Festival

Treat yourself to one of the fine films at MIFF, on us ...
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ClubInk

Atomic Blonde

Atomic Blonde

Atomic Blonde is our ClubInk July 2017 Movie of the Month
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FilmInk Presents

FilmInk Presents: <em>Namatjira Project</em>

FilmInk Presents: Namatjira Project

The story of groundbreaking Indigenous artist, Albert Namatjira, and the continuing battle over his legacy.
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